AT&T Finally Upgrades New York City Service

Posted: Jun 28 2010, 5:51pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 12:05am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 
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All those stories you hear about dropped calls and bad data connections on the iPhone are nowhere more prevalent than in the Big Apple, and AT&T has finally done something about it.
AT&T, which usually ranks last in Consumer Reports' analyses of wireless service providers, is lambasted on talk shows and competitor advertisements, has stepped up to the plate to enhance its 3G and voice networks in NYC, according to an announcement made today.

The company has been working on the upgrade for months. Today's completion of the project means that all on New York's boroughs except Staten Island now have more 3G airwaves powered by AT&T.

The fate of AT&T's exclusivity is on thin ice right now, which is bad news for the mobile company as that was the main thing keeping it above water.

AT&T is also working on a similar infrastructure update to the also-congested city of San Francisco. That project is still ongoing.

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